Daniel Myer – Hingabe (Album – Sonic Groove)

Daniel Myer – Hingabe (album – Sonic Groove)
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Genre/Influences: IDM, Dark-Techno, Industrial-Techno.

Format: Digital, Vinyl.

Background/Info: Daniel Myer (Haujobb, Architect, Liebknecht, Rendered, Cleen ao) strikes back with a new work under his own name. This is the first work he released by Sonic Groove.

Content: If you’re a bit familiar with the Sonic Groove roster you know what to expect. Daniel Myer transformed himself into a Techno artist although holding on to more familiar influences like IDM and Industrial. The album sounds hard and pumping but still features the familiar sound intelligence and knowledge. A few ghost-like vocal effects have been added now and then.

+ + + : Daniel Myer is an artist who feels comfortable with multiple music styles. I’m not saying “Hingabe” sounds like a total surprise but it has been clearly infused by Dark-Techno elements. The main strength of the work is the sophisticated sound production; featuring great and intelligent sound treatments and Industrial elements while you’ll also notice more atmospheric layers in the background reminding Haujobb. “Hingabe” is a great opus featuring an impressive list of cool tracks. Notice by the way Static Sky, Skelesys, DSX and Hypnoskull have been featured each on one song.

– – – : I don’t see real minus points.

Conclusion: This work might be one of the most sophisticated releases from Sonic Groove; visionary Techno music!

Best songs: “Angst”, “Reale Angst”, “Tactics Dub featuring Hypnoskull”, “Atomic Overkill”, “Ohnmacht featuring DSX”.

Rate: 9.

Artist: www.facebook.com/danielmyermusic

Label:www.sonicgroove.com / www.facebook.com/Sonicgrooverecords

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